LinkedIn
Facebook

Welcome to Amy Delman PR

Amy Wachtel Delman has been involved in public relations, marketing, and branding for over two decades. Her expertise lies in using media exposure to raise awareness and increase revenues in companies where she has worked in-house or as a consultant. She has been mentioned in Inc. magazine and the National Journal of Public Relations.

To find out how Amy can help your company grow, contact her by phone: 201-563-4614 or e-mail: amydelmanpr@verizon.net. Connect with Amy on Facebook and LinkedIn.

 

Share

Clients have been showcased in…

Share

Our Client Steven Sirot of College Benefits Research Group (CBRG) Interviewed on WFAN Radio!

Listen as our client, Steven Sirot, Co-Founder, College Benefits Research Group (CBRG) is interviewed by WFAN radio on when it is appropriate to appeal a financial aid award.

Share

Our Client, College Benefits Research Group (CBRG) Demystifies Strategies To Afford A College Education

Congratulations to our client, College Benefits Research Group (CBRG) who were featured on the Fresh Outlook program hosted by Logan Crawford. In the program, CBRG Cofounders David Slater and Steven Sirot help to demystify the various strategies available to students to help them afford a college education.

Share

Our Client, Michael H. Karu, CPA/CFF, of Levine, Jacobs & Company, LLC Quoted in FitSmallBusiness.com Article

How To Value A Business: The Ultimate Guide to Business ValuationThinking of selling a business? Our client, Michael H. Karu, CPA/CFF, of Levine, Jacobs & Company, LLC, was featured in a recent article on business valuation published on FitSmallBusiness.com. Here’s an excerpt featuring a quote from Michael:

Most experts we talked to said that sellers set the asking price for their business too high. Michael Karu, a CPA at Levine, Jacobs & Company, explains that this is because “sellers often think they are the only ones who can properly run their businesses.” They place too much value on the amount of time and effort that they have put into the business even if the financials don’t support such a high valuation. Sellers should come to the table with a fair understanding of the business’ past successes and failures and reasonable expectations about the price.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

Share